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INDEX.

two kinds:   a state's tie to conquests r     ates rights, 75, 76- immoral contracts

or colonies; and confederations, 147; |     void,   76,   77;   quasi-ccmtracts,

Persia and its provinces, 14$; Roman      /j*Y;, 77; the consideration what,

provinces, 151-156 ; provmeinl govern- ;     Two kinds uf contracts, 78, 79.   Con-

ment, 157, 158.   Roman, Spanish, lin#-!     tract vised to explain civil society, 79;

lish   colonies,   350-104;   Kn^lish   tie-j     and the state, i6M.    See Hobbes, Spi-

pemleneics,   164,  105.    See  Colonies, 1     no/.a, Kousseau,

Confederations.                                      ', Cuou;v Judge, on constitutional law,

.IM-.KATWNS,  nature   of,  ii,  166; ,     285.

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h, lOS; a delicate kind of govern- , Cnut'UKAi.   punishment,   365;   in  Ger-
t, 172; under what condition;, prae-      many, ///</., clsevshere,  #/ almost
tieablit, 173;  eonfedenue monarchies, !     unknown to the Romans, in the case of
174; origin of early r,,  175;  nwpiiU~\    freemen, /M/. / n questionable form of
tyiwtii, sense of Ihe  word, ^;\/t / the ,     punishment, 366,
amphictyoniecounnl, 170-579; its mem*   Ou{Ki;r'nnN n<t tin; main end in penalty,
hers, 170; meetings, 170, 177; ccmnee-'    330, but an important end, 354.
fion  with i)elpiu,   176;   utiieers, el<\, , (*fK-'KrwM;  Seiieuil,  on  indirect elec-
177; agency in historic times, 178, 17^, '    tions. ii, syB, 3txj on election of chief
The /Ktolian  league,   180,   181.    Tin;     ma^iMrati1; in Franee, 576.
Ach;i:an league, 181-193.   Set* Aeh.c-   Cki'Li/rv to animate, ii. 431-433.   See
nn.    The   Lyeian   league,   iyj   104; ;    Moral Legi.shuion.
tlis.solvfd by tlie  Romans, 104,    Ger- t ('KlMf.s,   their  relative   greatness, 354,
mnnie   confederations,   194-203,     See '    355 ;  difhVulty of proportioning crime
Germanic Confederations*   Swi.ss c*,m-'
fetlerations, soS"32j.    See Swiss Con- .

and  penalty, 356;  aggravating or ex-
tenuatin.ij rircumstances, 337-360; com-

fotJlfrntioiis.    Dutch United Pruvinri'S, j     pound rnmes, 359; crimes committed
223-236,   See Dutch United Provinces.
United States of America, 236-237. See
United States,    General remarks on
conf*Hit-rations, $ 215,
CoNMNKMiiNT,    Set: Imprisonment.

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C^ivVNi.rTif,'i"T, its .steadiness in ij'urnrlier
history, ii,  140; its chartiT, //vV/.; in-

to relieve want, tbuL ; crimes that are
dilTieiih of detection, ibid*; estimates of
erimt! fluctuating, 356; frequency of,
as flfi(ietiii! penalty, 359; repetition of
offence, us enhancing penalty, 3605 epi-
demic crimes, 377; political crimes,
378 ; public opinion in relation to pen-
alty, 379; limitations of time inprosecu-

t'cjnality of .suffr;jL;e districts, 143,                tintf for crimes, 381. Crimes against

CONSI.NT uf a pefpir t< its government, rt'lijiiinn, ii. 5^8-313. See Religion.

ir. if Hfci-shary ? s<?6; meaning of the ' Ct'K'ns, (1, T., on the old confederation,

term, /<W,                                             I    ii, 243, '.'48.

('NyiiTi'Tiox of a .state what? c^;'!

form., tf, 384; intcrpreuuson uf, 285; - D.MII,MAN, Staatslehre cited, 582, 583.

is tisttally a limiiatiun of potter, s8;;, n. ' Ds:<'r.isr, and decay of states, ii. 595-606.
NAI, monarchy, 57^ 5^0;; Niitional decay not inevitnhle, 595*

secure inviolability of <s

over

S4S-5-I7.

^atises which are thought to bring it on,

lavk control in them | 51^-602; unequal distribution of prop-
erty, frfi i accumulation of capital, 597r
508; exposure of industrial countries
to panics, 598; is there a nnturfil old age

Ns written and unwritten,

ACTS, rijjht nf, 72-80; nature of.

uf states? 599; effect of a nation's loss

; importance of increase with eivili-j    of self-esteem,   599*  ^'   decay of
zatimi, 73;   how it begins, 74;   why j    genius and culture, 600; political dis-,
74, 75; transfers hut not ere-!    couragements, 601; decay of faith and